• anonymous
Select one:]"The force of gravity pulls all objects downwards." Which of these statements is correct about this law of science? a. It is not supported by observations. b. It can be contradicted by valid data. c. It is an observation which cannot be explained. d. It is a description in nature which cannot remain unchanged.
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  • anonymous
I think it's C. It can't be A since gravity can literally be observed while you're sitting on your chair or tossing a pencil up in the air. It's not B either since gravity is a universal law. I don't think it's D either. It's probably C since gravity is a law and laws are generally more of "how" it happens, not "why." Nobody can give you a totally straight-up explanation on why gravity does what it does. That's not really *how* physics work.

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